published on: 10 May 2018 Erin describes his recent work experience with Achieving for Children
published on: 03 May 2018 Sugar Smart Kingston Launched at a school health conference earlier this year with all primary school attending in the borough and many of its secondary schools.
published on: 12 April 2018 Richmond Borough Minds Youth Service has been working with schools and youth organisations in London since 2015.
published on: 27 March 2018 Richmond Borough Minds Youth Service has been working with schools and youth organisations in London since 2015.
published on: 26 March 2018 The National Autistic Society has launched a new campaign film to mark the start of World Autism Awareness Week 2018.
published on: 27 February 2018 The Samaritans are looking for young people of all backgrounds with an interest in emotional health to help develop new resources for young people.
published on: 23 February 2018 Skoda in collaboration with the Prince's Trust are looking for 16-25 year olds who are not engaged in education, employment or training, who show a Driven By Something Different attitude and want ...
published on: 19 February 2018 Are you blind or visually impaired and would like to try mainstream games on devices such as the PlayStation 4 or try VR (Virtual Reality) on the Oculus Rift?
published on: 08 February 2018 Real Talk is free confidential counselling service for children and young people aged 5-18.
published on: 07 February 2018 The National Health Service (NHS) has launched a consultation on proposed changes to how some medicines are prescribed.
published on: 06 February 2018 Ambitious about Autism are searching for new Autistic young people to join their Youth Council.
published on: 04 January 2018 The BBC has launched its own site for children called Own It. It is aimed at 9-12 year olds and is designed to help children get the most of their time online.
published on: 04 January 2018 Scope, Britain's leading pan-disability charity, are looking for disabled people and parents of disabled children living in England and Wales to take part in a new five year life opportunities study.
published on: 03 January 2018 To mark World Suicide Prevention Day PAPYRUS are launching a year-long campaign to Save The #ClassOf2018.
published on: 03 January 2018 The Children's Rights Alliance for England (CRAE), a national pressure group which makes sure the government is upholding their obligations to protect the rights of children and young people, has p...
published on: 20 December 2017 Read the December bulletin from Families Apart - a project run by Welcare supporting Kingston children, young people and parent/carers with a parent or close relative in prison.
published on: 13 December 2017 Scope, Britain's leading pan-disability organisation, have launched a campaign with Virgin Media to support more disabled people to get into and stay in work.
published on: 12 December 2017 The Children in Care Council (CiCC) is a group of young people who have all experienced care. They have launched a Crowdfunding project to help make a young person’s residence feel more like a home.
published on: 06 December 2017 A consultation for children, young people, parents and families has been launched by the Government to gain feedback about their new proposals for improving children and young people's mental health.
published on: 21 November 2017 In 2017, Kingston Centre for Independent Living (KCIL) collaborated with disabled people and those working with the disability community to collect stories regarding disability rights in the borough.
published on: 20 November 2017 The search is now on to inspire the UK’s next generation of cyber security specialists as the Government’s extracurricular training programme Cyber Discovery opens its doors.
published on: 25 October 2017 Community Cafe is a space for people to meet.
published on: 29 September 2017 Private Fostering is when a child under the age of 16 years (under 18 if they are disabled) is cared for by someone who is not their parent or a close relative, for 28 days or more.
published on: 30 August 2017 Make Your Mark is the worlds largest Youth Consultation. Last Year, 970,000 Young People voted and this year we are aiming for 1,000,000!
published on: 24 August 2017 Hello! My name is Joe Fautley. I’m a young person on the Autism Spectrum and I am currently taking part in some work experience for Achieving for Children (AfC).
published on: 23 August 2017 Want to represent young people in London and are age 12 - 25? Why not apply for our the Transport for London (TfL) Youth Panel.
published on: 09 August 2017 This exciting programme offers hands-on filmmaking courses, aimed at developing your knowledge and skills and encouraging your special interests.